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Lee Jones on Foreign Policy

Democratic Senate Challenger (KS)


Bring America back to international high moral standing

As Senator, Lee Jones will work to maintain America's good standing with our current allies while striving to create new international partnerships in the quest to address the world's most complicated challenges. Lee will ensure that America's military is well equipped and otherwise prepared to perform the tasks required of it for the security of the U.S. and its interests. As well, Lee looks to bring America back to its position of high moral standing within the international community.
Source: Campaign website, www.leejones.com, Homepage Apr 4, 2008

Financial and military support for the UN

Q: Should the United States maintain its financial support of the United Nations?

A: Yes.

  • Q: Should the United States decrease its financial support of the United Nations?

    A: No.

  • Q: Should the United States commit troops to UN actions?

    A: Yes.

    Source: 2004 National Political Awareness Test Sep 1, 2004

    Eliminate foreign aid for human rights violators

    Source: 2004 National Political Awareness Test Sep 1, 2004

    Other candidates on Foreign Policy: Lee Jones on other issues:
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    Kathleen Sebelius
    KS Senatorial:
    Jim Slattery
    Pat Roberts
    Sam Brownback


    2008 Senate retirements:

    Wayne Allard(R,CO)
    Larry Craig(R,ID)
    Pete Domenici(R,NM)
    Chuck Hagel(R,NE)
    Trent Lott(R,MS)
    Craig Thomas(R,WY)
    John Warner(R,VA)

    Incoming Obama Administration:

    Pres.Barack Obama
    V.P.Joe Biden
    State:Hillary Clinton
    HHS:Tom Daschle
    Staff:Rahm Emanuel
    DHS:Janet Napolitano
    DOC:Bill Richardson
    DoD:Robert Gates
    A.G.:Eric Holder
    Treas.:Tim Geithner
    Winners of 2008 Senate Races:
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    AK:*Begich over Stevens
    AL:Sessions
    AR:Pryor
    CO:*Udall
    DE:Biden and Kaufman
    GA:Chambliss v.Martin (Dec. 2 runoff)
    IA:Harkin
    ID:*Risch
    IL:Durbin
    KS:Roberts
    KY:McConnell
    LA:Landrieu
    MA:Kerry
    ME:Collins
    MI:Levin
    MN:Coleman v.Franken (recounting as of Dec.1)
    MS4:Wicker
    MS6:Cochran
    MT:Baucus
    NC:*Hagan over Dole
    NE:*Johanns
    NH:*Shaheen over Sununu
    NJ:Lautenberg
    NM:*Udall
    OK:Inhofe
    OR:*Merkley over Smith
    RI:Reed
    SC:Graham
    SD:Johnson
    TN:Alexander
    TX:Cornyn
    VA:*Warner
    WV:Rockefeller
    WY4:Barrasso
    WY6:Enzi
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